Culprit has developed a formula that attracts fish in all conditions. A proven leader for more than two decades, the Original Culprit Worm's high-action kicking tail, innovative body design, and unique color sections give you the extra edge. Tested under the toughest of water conditions throughout the U.S.
Culprit: The Bass Mugger
I love these worms. Very durabile, excellent color selection, and in the sizes we fisherman want.
I never leave the lake without trying one of these first. Many times the Culprit has produced while my other plastic lures have left me guessing, and tying on other lures, trying to find the magic lure of the day.
Give them a try, You won't be disapointed.
January 30, 2007
I've had great luck with these for years. Texas rig or threaded on a mushroom head jig. Catches lots of bass.
August 12, 2012
Best worms i've ever used
These are honestly the best worms ive ever used especially for smallmouth i was only catching a few fish in 8 hours now I just caught 3 smallies in an hour. Only downside is the tail comes off easily.
July 14, 2012
GREAT RIBBON TAIL WORM
I LOVE THIS WORM IN THE FIRE AND ICE COLOR. IT DOES GREAT ON MY LOCAL LAKES NO MATTER IF IT IS CLEAR WATER OR MURKY WATER YOU CANT GO WRONG WITH THE FIRE AND ICE.
May 9, 2012
they are a japanese product and the country is doing poor from the tsunami
4 months ago
- Plainfield Illinois
Top 100 Contributor
The same reasons the price of almost everything else is going up. The cost of energy and doing business(such as increased government regulations and taxation). With the price many people pay for one lure now, I'd take a bag of these over one $15 to $20 lure. I've noticed the price of many of my old stand-by lures has gone up considerably in the last two years or so.
I have an old Culprit 7.5" pumpkin seed firetail. It is great on those Kansas farm ponds. However, I do not see any firetails nor the size of the offered culprit bait. Are any of these comparable to the firetail and what is their length.
I found several Firetails and pumpkinseed is one of my favorites. You can dig around on the Bass Pro main wharehouse site and find several brands of firetails.Several lengths are available. I found that the culprit is a little soft and went with Berkely or the Bass Pro in house brand. AlfredE
I personally like 4/0 or 5/0 extra wide gap worm hook. The reason I keep a big hook in that size worm is because of a good hookset, i fish for largemouth and the wider gap 4/0 or 5/0 keeps more fish on for me. But everyone doesnt fish the same so trial and error is the best way to answer you question.
#2 or #3 I guess it really depends on the size of fish you're catchin'! LoL If you hook into one that straightens out those hooks, I'll be happy to come and help you out! "we're gonna need a bigger boat" (jaws)
Ok I live near you so I probably kinda fish the same area since im in raleigh for falls and jordan lake its probably gonna be the 6 or 7.5 red shad and it kills rig it texas style with a 2/0 hook and 3/16 oz slip sinker.dont peg the weight to the hook head and as you reel in tap your rod tip to make the weight go farther up the line and bounce the head in a crazy action that really calls out bass. on days when nothing else would bite, this combo proved dealy with a 3 and 4 1/2 pounder, the only bass that day.
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